Designing & Implementing High Quality Inclusive Education 10/19/17
REGISTRATION is OPEN!
Designing & Implementing High Quality Inclusive Education
Presented by: Jennifer Kurth, Ph.D.
Hosted by: UF-Gainesville CARD
October 19, 2017, 3:30 pm – 5:00 pm
Online via Adobe Connect
About the Presenter: Dr. Jennifer Kurth is an assistant professor of special education at the University of Kansas. Her academic interests include methods of implementing inclusive education, embedding critical instruction within the context and routines of general education, as well as providing appropriate supports and services for individual learners. Dr. Kurth’s research also examines how teacher, student, and family interactions support or constrain learning and socialization in general education classrooms. She also studies how teacher candidates develop their dispositions and skills in inclusive practices.
Target Audience: Educators, Administrators, Professionals, Individuals with ASD & Family Members
Training Description: The presentation will focus on methods of delivering effective, high-quality inclusive services to all learners. It will also include the values, practices, and policies that guide implementation of inclusive services and will focus on strategies for teachers to use in schools and classrooms.
Training Objectives: At the conclusion of the training, audience members should be able to….
-Understand the legal, philosophical, and research bases of inclusive education.
-Describe effective classroom and environmental supports.
-Describe and implement effective teaching practices.
-Describe and implement effective supports, including curricular accessibility.
REGISTRATION IS MANDATORY
DEADLINE: October 19, 2017
Limited to first 100 participants
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Be sure to contact your ESE District Staff or Staff Development Contact to determine the process for receiving in-service.